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September 2017

Wild Atlantic Way

Location

Derry, Donegal, Derry

Dates
Sep
8

to

Sep
10
Time

13:00 to 13:00

About the Event

Press Release

CYCLE THE WILD ATLANTIC WAY 3 DAY CHALLENGE

“Where land and sea collide, where untamed beauty abounds, welcome to the unforgettable experience of the Wild Atlantic Way”. This 3 day cycle captures the magic and extraordinary beauty of the North west of Ireland in all its glory. Cycling the Wild Atlantic Way, you will follow the breathtaking Atlantic coast on two wheels on this 3 Day challenge.

This is Children in Crossfire’s 6th annual cycle and we are delighted to be working with the O’Hara and Halliday families.

The itinerary is :-

Friday 8th September leaving Derry cycling to Bridgend, Manorcunningham, Letterkenny, Hilltop, Kilmacrennan, Creeslough, Dunfanaghy.

Overnight stay with dinner and Breakfast.

Saturday 9th September leaving Dunfanaghy cycling to Gortahork, Magheraroarty, Bloody Foreland, Derrybeg, Bunbeg, Gweedore, Lunch stop at Encourt Hotel, Dungloe, Glenveigh National Park, Churchhill, Letterkenny. Overnight stay Letterkenny with dinner and breakfast.

Sunday 10th September cycle Letterkenny to Derry.

An exciting and very scenic new route covering some the most stunning coastal views of Donegal.

To participate and secure your place £100 deposit is required with a further fundraising of £200.

Places are limited and early registration is advised.

Email events@childrenincrossfire.org or call 71269898

What to Bring

Cycles, helmets luggage will go into luggage van

Contact and Booking

Eileen Warren

Children in Crossfire

02871269898

email events@childrenincrossfire

For more information about Wild Atlantic Way, click here.

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